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The Israeli Supreme Court — whose tentacles extend to every government agency and Knesset committee, often impeding legislation that doesn’t adhere to its leftist worldview – has met its match with the Kohelet Policy Forum, a right-wing think tank that’s managed to take the court’s skewed judicial activism down a notch

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This surprising result was the product of many months of hard work by party leaders, who saw that energizing the base was key to electoral success

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Truth be told, not much remains of the Israeli left. True, many in Tel Aviv and Haifa did not vote, and in the Arab sector, the turnout was historically low. But mathematically, it was virtually impossible for Gantz to form a government

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Whether Bibi keeps those campaign promises is another story. But he’s verbally committed, so if he doesn’t, or allows himself to be pressured out of it, then the Likud will really have reason to cry “gevalt!” in the next election

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